Last Updated on November 22, 2022
Twitter is keeping the Stew Peters Network’s groundbreaking new film, Died Suddenly, off of the trending charts, despite it garnering more than 1 million views on that platform alone in less than 24 hours. Meanwhile, other topics are supposedly “trending” as Twitter’s metrics openly admit that less than 2,000 people are posting about them.
Died Suddenly, the smash hit new film from the Stew Peters Network, is blowing the lid off of the narrative that Big Tech and their corporate media allies have spent the last three years so carefully procuring. Now, censors at social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter are working to keep their narrative intact.
At Twitter, they’ve kept Died Suddenly off of the trending charts, despite it receiving more than 1 million views on that platform alone, within just 24 hours of its release.
While more than 1 million views hasn’t gotten Died Suddenly into Twitter’s trending column, topics like “Naomi Biden” and “Treasury Department” made the cut, having been mentioned in just 13,100 and 1,068 tweets respectively.
.@elonmusk – #DiedSuddenly has ONE MILLION + views on Twitter ALONE within 24 hrs. @Timcast tweeted it.
Do you expect those 1MN people to believe @DiedSuddenly_ is not TRENDING?
Ending shadow banning doesn't make you a Right Wing Bogeyman.
How many more lives can be saved? pic.twitter.com/omxcu18Yhm
— National File (@NationalFile) November 22, 2022
Watch The Full “Died Suddenly” Film HERE
Died Suddenly is just the latest hit film to be directed and produced by award-winning filmmakers Matthew Miller Skow and Nicholas Stumphauzer, who also directed Watch the Water and These Little Ones.
Also produced by Stew Peters, and hard-hitting patriots Lauren Witzke and Edward Szall, “Died Suddenly” blows the lid off of the global depopulation scheme at the heart of the COVID death jab roll-out.
Much like Twitter, Facebook is working to keep the Died Suddenly documentary offline as well. Facebook though, has gone beyond simply removing links to the film, or manipulating trending topics of discussion.
In a screenshot obtained by National File, when a Facebook user tried to post a link to the new “Died Suddenly” film, they were censored as soon as they hit the “post” button.
As if they’d swiped a bad credit card, Facebook told the user that their post had been “declined,” and wouldn’t allow it on the website.